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Song Hye Kyo Wants to Take on a Villain Role and Dive into the Horror Film Genre!

Song Hye Kyo is eager to explore new horizons in her acting career. Having graced the screen in numerous melodramas, she now hopes to be offered roles that are entirely different.

In a recent interview with Sports Chosun, Song Hye Kyo expressed her desire to take part in thriller projects. She even aspires to portray a villain or star in a horror film.

“I want to try horror, gripping thrillers, and maybe even play a villain. I’m also interested in roles in romantic comedies, but ones that lean more towards the comedy,” Song Hye Kyo revealed.

There’s a reason why Song Hye Kyo is keen on trying out these new genres. She has felt that she’s been typecast in similar roles for quite some time, which has led to some acting boredom.

Song Hye Kyo admitted that there are still many genres she hasn’t explored yet and that she’s eager to give them a shot. This desire was ignited during her performance in “The Glory,” which received critical acclaim. Thanks to her role in the Netflix Korean drama, many people began to see Song Hye Kyo in a different light.

“While working on ‘The Glory,’ my passion for acting was reignited. After that, I started receiving a variety of offers, even more diverse than before,” she said.

“The Glory” also earned Song Hye Kyo the Daesang (top award) at the 2nd Blue Dragon Series Awards in July last year. As of now, there is no news regarding her upcoming projects on the small screen.

Song Hye Kyo made her debut in 1996 in the KBS2 drama “First Love,” where she had a minor role as one of the students alongside Lee Seung Yeon. Since her debut, she has now entered her 27th year as an actress.

Her television career soared to new heights when she starred in “Autumn in My Heart” in 2000 alongside Song Seung Heon and Won Bin. This successful melodrama made Song Hye Kyo a pioneer of the Hallyu wave.

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